Posts Tagged

Opinions

In an unexpected, unity-driven celebration of the United States’ achievements, the State of the Union Address saw President Trump bring together Democrats and Republicans for the first time in his …

        Overall, I have enjoyed my years here at the University at Albany. It may seem like I don’t at times but this was, and still is, my first choice …

In 1787, our Founding Fathers met in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall and, after months of intense debate, hammered out a complex and incomplete document. The United States Constitution was the basis …

Every date has it. That awkward moment when the bill is placed squarely down on the table. Sometimes the waiter assumes and places it slightly more within reach of the …

A few weeks ago, New York State passed the Reproductive Health Act. This added the right to an abortion in the New York State constitution, just in case Roe v. …

After dropped charges in a domestic abuse case during the Spring 2018 school semester, University at Albany student Omar Helalat had his immigration status revoked and was detained by United …

The story of the refugee caravan traveling through Mexico is one of profound desperation and sadness. Thousands of refugees are making the long journey to the United States after fleeing …

One of my favorite restaurants off campus is Tanpopo Ramen, located at 893 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207. I’m from the city, and one of the things I value the most …

In 1868, following the Civil War and the abolition of slavery, the United States ratified the 14th Amendment, defining citizen as a right of birth and guaranteeing equal protection under …

        This is how low we’ve sunk. In 2018, we have a president so thoroughly unconcerned with the ramifications of his actions it borderlines on sociopathic. President Donald Trump’s rhetoric …